Collective Trauma Summit Preview Event

With Thomas Hübl, Ruby Mendenhall, Matthew Green, and Robin Alfred

These Summit hosts will share key inspirations from the vibrant network of 60+ speakers’ voices on innovative approaches to healing.

You’re invited to join in an exploration of

  • The emerging global healing movement
  • How planetary healing systems are continuing to change and evolve
  • The interdependence of individual, ancestral, and collective trauma
  • A panel discussion on the upcoming Summit topics including trauma-informed spirituality, climate activism, healing modalities, journalism, and more
  • A guided collective meditation


Aug 24, 2023


9:00 am - 10:30 am







This widget is displayed if cost is set. In order for the widget in this page to be displayed correctly, please set cost for your last event.How to set cost

More Info

Register Now


  • Thomas Hübl
    Thomas Hübl
    Teacher, Author of Attuned and Healing Collective Trauma

    Thomas Hübl, PhD, is a renowned teacher, author, and international facilitator who works within the complexity of systems and cultural change, integrating the core insights of the great wisdom traditions and mysticism with the discoveries of science. Since the early 2000s, he has led large-scale events and courses on the healing of collective trauma, with a special focus on the shared history of Israelis and Germans, and facilitated healing and dialogue around racism, oppression, colonialism, and genocide.

    He is the author of two books, including Attuned: Practicing Interdependence to Heal Our Trauma—and Our World and Healing Collective Trauma: A Process for Integrating Our Intergenerational and Cultural Wounds. He has served as an advisor and guest faculty for universities and organizations and is currently a visiting scholar at the Wyss Institute at Harvard University

  • Ruby Mendenhall
    Ruby Mendenhall
    Professor of Sociology and African American Studies and Associate Dean for Diversity and Democratization of Health Innovation

    Ruby Mendenhall is the Lee Dallenbauch Professor of Sociology, African American Studies, Urban and Regional Planning, Gender and Women’s Studies and Social Work at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Ruby is an Associate Dean for Diversity and Democratization of Health Innovation at the Carle Illinois College of Medicine. She is the founder of the Designing Resiliency and Well-being Maker Lab Node at the college of medicine. She is the co-developer of Designing Spaces of Hope: Interiors and Exteriors and the Community Healing and Resistance through Storytelling frameworks. Her research examines Black mothers’ resiliency and spirituality, and how living in racially segregated neighborhoods with high levels of violence affects their mental and physical health. She is currently directing the STEM Illinois Nobel Project, funded by the National Science Foundation, which provides unprecedented access to computer science and the training of Community Health Workers (CHWs) and Citizen/Community Scientists (CSs). Recent grants from the MacArthur Foundation and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign will also support work around training CHWs and CSs. She is the co-creator of the Wellness Store, which seeks to create a culture of health. Ruby discusses her vision for healing in her TEDxUIUC talk entitled DREAMing and Designing Spaces of Hope in a “Hidden America”.

  • Matthew Green
    Matthew Green
    Climate Journalist and Author of the Resonant World newsletter on Healing Collective Trauma.

    Matthew is a climate journalist and author of the Resonant World newsletter serving the global movement to heal collective trauma. His book Aftershock: Fighting War, Surviving Trauma, and Finding Peace documents how military veterans and their families are exploring new ways to heal from psychological injuries. He is a student in Thomas Hübl’s Timeless Wisdom Training and an active participant in the Pocket Project.

  • Robin Alfred
    Robin Alfred
    Executive Coach, Facilitator of Transformation Fields, and Purpose Consultant

    Robin Alfred has been studying with Thomas for over 15 years. He is a Senior Student and has had the honour and delight of serving as a mentor on many of Thomas’s online courses and of being one of the co-hosts of each of the four previous Online Trauma Summits. Robin’s passion is to support individual and collective awakening through the embodiment of the timeless, and yet contemporary, mystical teachings that Thomas offers. He practices this in his work as an executive coach, leadership trainer, event facilitator and organisational consultant, all of which have a global reach. He describes his purpose as ‘the facilitation of transformational and healing fields’ – be this in individuals, groups or organisations. Born into a Jewish family, with refugee grandparents who suffered the trauma of persecution in Russia and Poland, Robin has now lived for 28 years in the Findhorn ecovillage and spiritual community in Scotland and studied with a Sufi master for 6 years before meeting Thomas. Robin is a lover of silence, poetry, nature and all things sustainable.